Originally Posted by J Miller
Your Rodney is a typical HA-1 15 clone. The wiring block in the end compartment was they way those and many others were wired. Nothing complicated or difficult there. The entire wiring block harness is still available from many sources.
There are a couple types of foot controllers. One type will have a spring loaded lever that swings in a arch making contact with many contact points. At each point the motor speed should increase. These contacts can burn, corrode, and pit.
Originally Posted by ND-Mom
I made this quilt (my 5th) and posted a picture here few days ago.
Many ladies asked what kind of pattern this is. I can't answer the question. I saw a similar quilt here months ago and thought I'll give it a try with different colors. The border is my own design. I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a name for this pattern. If there is not, I'd like to call it North Dakota garden.
I came to US 24 years ago. I am a Chinese (US citizen for 15 years). I started
Does anyone have a formula for charging someone to put on a binding for their quilt? It is a curved, scalloped edge!
I have four old quilts that were my grandmothers. They have to be about 100 yrs old. I would like to know for sure. There are in ok shape, one even has a swastic on it in pink not sure why but would like to find out dates. Thanks for any help
Hi I am new to quilting and am feeling a little discouraged. I am wondering if I started learning this new hobby to late in life. I took care of my mother for 12 years, she was unable to walk or care for herself. She passed away on my birthday July 23, 2011. After she passed I have just felt so disconnected to anything, so I started taking a quilting class in Sept. of 2011. I will be 60 this July 23 and I'm just unsure about what I should do, I enjoy quilting but is this a hobby that should be started
My blog is mainly my quilts here at the cottage. I am self taught, use the web for ideas and just have at it. Not fancy stuff too much but lots of fun doing my quilts.
Lots of stuff on this Board, am glad I found it.
Originally Posted by SPAGHETTI8888
I moved a couple of months ago and I now have a dedicated sewing space. I have only been quilting (sewing) since Aug of last year. Oh yeah, Im a guy quilter.
Originally Posted by karenfae
Just this morning I managed to finished my second dear jane top - of course it still needs to be quilted and I won't get around to doing that for awhile - here is a photo --
edited: more photos on my blog
"Insanity Revisited" (Dear Jane)
Originally Posted by true4uca
Cucumbers contain most of the vitamins you need
every day, just one cucumber contains Vitamin
B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin
B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron,
Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and
2. Feeling tired in the afternoon,
put down the caffeinated soda and pick up a
cucumber. Cucumbers are a good source of B
Vitamins and Carbohydrates that can provide that
Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams
It's very pretty. Where can one find instructions?
Go to www.quilters.net and scroll down to KIMONO. It cost $10.00 ordered from Australia. I actually got my contact from the POPULAR PATCHWORK QUILTING magazine online through their forum. The designer is Brenda Dean. The Kimono is actually only about 2 by 3 inches. I increased the pattern measurements to 165% which was a 6 1/2 by 22 inche piece of material. Here is an orignal one I did first for my granddaughter.